Pros and Cons of Woodworking with Manual Tools

There are unlimited options for those who love working with wood. You can do amazing things with routers, CNCs and other machines, but there’s something to be said for working with manual tools as well. If you’ve been thinking of taking up manual...

Is woodworking all about tools?

I find most threads here relate to the use of tools in some way or the other. It is either purchasing a new tool, using it safely, or correcting some anomaly in the functioning of a tool. Now most of us own a multitude of power tools and want to buy...

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